Sanctum International Serviced Apartments
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... t recognise him- he looked so different. I could tell he had lost weight(which means he lost a bit cause I normally don't notice things like that) but to me he looked exactly the same(albeit slightly thinner). I just don't seem to notice. I wonder why...maybe I have other gifts. :) So the tall man escaped my notice because I didn't realise how tall he was. After Stella pointed it out to me I recognised that this was probably unusual but before then I had no idea!!!! ...
... 15 times a week now days. We also quickly headed downon the train to Westminster and Big Ben. A few more great photos and we hurried back onto the train as by this time it was almost Midnight and we didn't want to get stranded in the city with no more trains! We made it.
A huge day but another fantastic day!
Fact of the day - The flag on top of Windsor Castle shows whether the Queen is in or not. A Union Flag shows that she is not in!
... etc. We were most impressed with its age. It was started in 1066 by William the Conqueror!
Finally we mapped our way home by iPhone. Thank goodness Christopher is so handy with a map. He navigated us to Fish and Chips for dinner and all the way back to our hotel with no problems. Prior to him being involved, I got us a bit lost. To be fair, I had a crummy map without many street names to work from.
... you'd have to have to think that you were somehow "born worthy" to rule an entire nation....
We were given a great (free) yeoman's tour by a Beefeater. Really entertaining and it makes us want to learn more about Anne Boleyn, etc. Ok, got us, we just want an excuse to see the "Other Boleyn Sister".
"The most famous bridge in the world" -- sure, keep telling yourself that and maybe it will be true (or maybe is true??), but ...
... back home. Since it was Cinco de mayo we decided to try and eat some kind of latin food. we found a place near by called "las iguanas". the food was good, but we ate until we couldn't eat anymore and made ourselves uncomfortably full. we also had lots of beer too ;) David got the steak and i got the fajitas. What i would have killed for was some cheese dip, man i miss cheese dip. Overall it was another great day in London and i was in a mile radius of of the royal family ...